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Florentinische Tragödie, Eine (‘A Florentine Tragedy’)locked

  • Alfred Clayton


Opera in one act, op.16, by Alexander Zemlinsky to his own libretto after Oscar Wilde ’s A Florentine Tragedy; Stuttgart, Hoftheater, 30 January 1917.

Oscar Wilde’s A Florentine Tragedy no doubt attracted Zemlinsky for a number of reasons. First, there was the example of Salome...

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